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  • Religious coping: The role of religion in attenuating the effect of sexual victimization of college women on trust.
    Tamburello, Jeffrey A., Kyle Irwin, and Martha Gault Sherman (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:4: 581-595.

    Analyzes 1990-95 panel data from a convenience sample of undergraduate women in a state-supported American university. Religious participation can mitigate the negative effects of sexual victimization on generalized trust.

    Associated Search Terms: Panel study; Trust; Coping; Practice; Sexual assault; Sexual harassment; Sexual advances; Students, undergraduate
  • Organizational Context and the Sexual Harassment of Clergy.
    McDuff, Elaine M. (2008)
    Sociology of Religion 69:3: 297-316.

    Based on a 1996 survey of United Church of Christ & Disciples of Christ pastors. As with other occupations, sexual harassment against clergy is affected by organizational climate.

    Associated Search Terms: United Church of Christ; Sexual harassment; Organization; Disciples of Christ
  • Hospitable or Hostile Environment: Sexual Harassment in the United Methodist Church.
    Murphy-Geise, Gail (2007)
    Review of Religious Research 48:3: 260-272.

    Based on a 2005 survey of a national sample of United Methodist Church members, clergy, students, & employees.

    Associated Search Terms: Sexual harassment; United Methodist
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